Patras Archaeological Museum
In a 8,000 sq. meter area, the museum is home to masterpieces originating in Patras, the broader region and all Western Achaia, covering the entire spectrum of antiquity from 3,000 BC to 4th century AD. Built in an elliptical shape, the museum can be found at 38-40, New Patras-Athens Highway. Its subjects are mainly devoted to everyday life in antiquity.
Olympia Archaeological Museum
In all 12 rooms of the Museum's exhibition space, the visitor can follow the chronological evolution and history of the great Pan-Hellenic Shrine from the Early Bronze Age until the 6th - 7th centuries AD, with the help of rich audio-visual material.
Aigio Archaeological Museum
The Aigio Archaeological Museum hosts works of the Neolithic, Early Helladic, Mycenaean, Geometric, Archaic, Classical, Hellenistic and Roman period. Aigio Historic - Folklore Museum The Municipal Historic - Folklore Museum of Aeghio is situated in a traditional two hundred year old building made of stone. The architecture of traditional build dwellings is typical all over the Peloponnese.
Museum of the Kalavryta Holocaust
One of the most significant historic Monuments in the country is the Municipal Museum of the Kalavryta Holocaust. This historic place is closely related to martyrdom and events which took place during the NAZI Occupation, and particularly the horrible tragedy of Kalavryta Black Monday on December 13th, 1943, where all the male population executed.
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